LMFT, D. Min.

Category Archives: Things I’ve Learned From Meditation

How to Just Say “NO” to Stop the Glorification of Busy

This morning thoughts: what can I say “No” to so that I can can “Yes” to something else? Sometimes it’s important to just say “No.” Seize the day, cherish the moment by not filling the moments and days with lots of activity. I’ve always needed some down time, time to process and appreciate the life… Continue Reading

Meditation to Change Your Life

It is the beginning of a new year, with all the possibilities and wonder of a fresh start.  I approach these first days and weeks as opportunity of re-fresh my life.  Meditation helps me focus on what is important. Meditation recognizes this minute of time as the only minute; full and rich in its possibility.… Continue Reading

Meditate-Relax-Breathe in the Best Day of Your Life

Some random thoughts from the last week: “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than… Continue Reading

Younger Telemeres Mean Younger Bodies?

“Our bodies often have a remarkable capacity to begin healing themselves, and much more quickly than we did once realize, if we simply make the lifestyle changes that are really the primary determinants of our health and well-being,” A new study affirms that with good nutrition, exercise and some stress management we can actually effect… Continue Reading